Ubisoft is set to show two demos for Assassin’s Creed: Unity at E3 in June, one showing off the game’s single player, and the other showcasing a four-play co-op mode, according to a new report.
Twitter user “shinobi602,” who has posted several rumors in the past, revealed on Twitter that two demos were planned for the event, and The Escapist has since backed up these claims with a “legitimate Ubisoft source.” According to the site, the game will feature a narrative-based co-op mode—separate to the main story—for up to four players.
Ubisoft’s press conference is scheduled for June 9, but I’d guess that only one of these two demos will be shown during it. The other demo will probably be kept back for another press conference, presumably Sony’s, based on the last few years.
Assassin’s Creed: Unity is set to release later this year for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. You can check out the announcement trailer here.